Tuesday, February 22, 2005

The Success Secret of Letting Things 'Hit The Fan'

Did you know this little known secret?

You may have to let things really 'hit the fan'
in order to succeed...

Sounds crazy I know.

Most people only decide to make real change in
their lives when things go very wrong for them.

Strange but true.

It's because people live in their comfort zones
and rarely push themselves to explore what they
are truly capable of.

They literally need to be given an almighty jolt.

However once you know this, you can use it.

That's why you may need to 'burn some bridges'
to force yourself OUT of YOUR comfort zone.

If you cut your lines of retreat, you motivate
yourself far better than any book, video or
course can do for you.

When I decided to go full time with my own business
in information publishing, I quit my previous job
and made sure I could NEVER EVER return to it!

I'm not ashamed to tell you, it was a little scary.

BUT I sure wasn't in any position to do anything
else except succeed.

So if you decide to REALLY get out of your comfort
zone, then you can relax for a second and know that
you have no choice but to succeed.

It's exhilarating.

You'll feel alive.

And you'll find purpose.

The key is taking action & then having no
choice but to continue to take action until
your dreams are fulfilled.

You only have one life, so go for it!

Until next time,

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"7 Little Known Success Secrets Of The Rich & Famous"

By Clicking HERE

Thursday, February 10, 2005

The One Ultimate Secret To Success

Have you ever wondered what the ultimate reason for success
truly is?

It's not who your family is. (though that can definitely help)

It's not what school you went to.

It's not getting that first 'big break'.

It's much simpler, in fact you don't need to be a mystic
to predict someone's future success. You can do so by asking
them just one easy question,

"What is YOUR ONE DEFINITE PURPOSE in life - and what are
your plans to attain it?"

The vast, vast majority of people will say something along the
lines of, "I'd like to make a good living and be successful."

Sounds good?

However if you dig deeper you will almost certainly find
they've been drifting along in the shadows of others.

To be successful, you must decide EXACTLY what your goal or
vision is and then lay out the steps by which you intend to
attain it.

The person who ACTS WITH PURPOSE with a PLAN will almost
always attract far more opportunities.

** The story of the Ice Cream King ** by Napoleon Hill

One of America's most successful franchisers was Lee Maranz.
He knew what he wanted and had a plan on how to get it.

His vision was a chain of ice cream stores in every city,
in every state. He designed an automatic ice cream freezer
which made soft ice cream.

He built his success on helping others achieve their success
by giving them store design plans and selling them his
machines at cost.

He made his profit from the sale of the ice cream mix.

Of course he ended up with a chain of stores across the USA,
and his machines were sold worldwide.

You've probably eaten many ice creams from his machines!

Lee Maranz said,

"If you have a strong belief in yourself, in what you
are doing and what you want to do, no adversity is too
difficult to overcome."

If YOU want to achieve success, then make TODAY the day you
stop drifting. Sit down and decide on a definite goal.

Write it down and repeat it over and over to yourself until it
is permanently stored in your memory.

Then decide what plan you require to achieve it.

Break it down into EASY STEPS and begin putting them into
action immediately.

Just take the first easy step and the others will follow.

Remember YOUR FUTURE is what you make it.

Until next time,


P.s. You can get some great advice from Mike Litman on
his FreeCD "Greatness Held Hostage". I highly recommend you
check it out in fact here is just one comment about it,

"As the CEO of a 4.5 Million dollar company I've been exposed
to a lot, but NOTHING like 'Greatness Held Hostage'. Nothing.
Listen to this for yourself, it will blow you away."

- John Rogers, Chicago, Illinois